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Jennifer Lindline

Jennifer Lindline, Ph.D. 
Professor of Geology, Environmental Geology, Environmental Science, and Water Resources Program Coordinator

Natural Resources Management Department
New Mexico Highlands University
Box 9000, Las Vegas, N.M. 87701

Tel. 505-426-2046 | FAX 505-454-3103

Email lindlinej@nmhu.edu

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Jennifer Lindline

EDUCATION

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

PhD, Petrology, Geochemistry and Geochronology of Crystalline Rocks                                               1997

Dissertation:  The petrology of post-terrane accretion plutons in portions of the Petersburg quadrangle, SE Alaska.

MA, Geology                               1993

Master’s Thesis:  The Deer-Etolin Igneous Complex, southeastern Alaska:  a study of mixed and mingled magmas.

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

BS, Geology                                                 1991

Senior Thesis:  An analysis of fabrics along Pennypack Creek, Huntingdon Valley, PA:  the northern boundary of the Huntingdon Valley Shear Zone.

PRINCETON-YELLOWSTONE BIGHORN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, Red Lodge, Montana

Field Methodology               1990

TEACHING and RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY, Las Vegas, New Mexico            

Professor of Geology 2009-present

Chair, Natural Resources Management Department     2014-2017; 2020 to present

Associate Professor of Geology     2004-2009

Assistant Professor of Geology     2000-2004

Lecturer and laboratory instructor for

Survey of Earth Science · Clay Mineralogy · Earth History

Mineralogy · Structural Geology · Genesis and Environmental Impacts of Earth Resources

Field Methods · Senior Geology Applications · Environmental Geochemistry

Earth Materials · Environmental Geology · New Mexico Natural Resources and Mining Policy

Optical Mineralogy · Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology        · Graduate Seminar: Water Issues

Water Law · Environmental Science · Graduate Seminar: Natural Resources Management

YELLOWSTONE BIGHORN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, Red Lodge, Montana

Council Member and Field instructor         1998-02; 2013-2019

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow                                     1998-1999

Research assistant to M.L. Crawford, Chair and Professor of Geology

Integrated field, petrographic, geochemical and geochronological data towards understanding the magmatic and metamorphic history of the Coast Batholith Complex of southeastern Alaska and British Columbia.

Developed database of geological information to assist data management, information querying, data analysis and map publication.

Co-lecturer, laboratory director, and field trip leader for

How the Earth Works ·  Earth System Science ·  Earth History

BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY, Bloomsburg Pennsylvania

Visiting Professor             1997-1998

Lecturer and laboratory instructor for

Environmental Geology ·  Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology ·  Physical Geology ·  Mineralogy

PUBLICATIONS *denotes undergraduate student author; **denotes graduate student author

Petronis, M.S., **Romero, R.V., Lindline, J., and Zebrowski, J.P., 2020, Paleomagnetic data bearing on vertical axis rotation of the Rio del Oso dike swarm, Western Espanola Basin, New Mexico, New Mexico Geology, vol. 2, no., 2, p. 61-78.

Usman, M., Chibuike, M., Patil, D., Rigin, S., Zhang, S., Wu, Y., Lindline, J., and Timofeeva, T., 2020, Magnetic behavior of 3d metal-organic frameworks constructed via 1, 2, 4, 5-Benzenetetracarboxylate linker and 4f Ce(III) or 3d Fe(III) metal nodes, Inorganic Chemistry Communications, vol. 122, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.inoche.2020.108261.

**Qu, T., Wei, Q, **Ordonez, C., Lindline, J., Petronis, M., Fonari, M.S., and Timofeeva, T., 2018, Tuning of luminescent and magnetic properties via metal doping of Zn-BTC systems, Crystals, vol. 8 (4), 162, p. 1-19, doi:10.3390/cryst8040162.

Petronis, M.S., Valenta, J., Rapprich, V., Lindline, J., *Shields, S., van Wyk de Vries, B., Heizler, M., Balek, J., Fojtíková, L., Tábořík, P., 2018, Emplacement history of the Miocene Zebín Tuff Cone (Czech Republic) revealed from ground geophysics, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, paleomagnetic, and 40Ar/39Ar geochronology data, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol. 19, no. 1, p. 3764-3792, https://doi.org/10.1029/2017GC007324.

Foucher, M.S. Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., and van Wyk de Vries, B., 2018, Investigating the magmatic plumbing system of a monogenetic scoria cone: A field and laboratory study of the Cienega scoria cone, Cerros del Rio Volcanic Field New Mexico, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol. 19, p. 1963-1978, doi.org/10.1029/2017GC007222.

Rapprich,V., **Shields, S., Halodová, P., Lindline J., van Wyk de Vries,B., Petronis, M.S., and Valenta, J., 2017, Fingerprints of magma mingling processes within the Miocene Zebín tuff cone feeding system (Jičín Volcanic Field, Czech Republic), Journal of Geosciences, vol. 62, p. 215-229.

**Draguta, S., Fonari, M.S., **Bejagam, S.N., Storms, K., Lindline, J., Timofeeva, T.V., 2016, Structural similarities and diversity in a series of crystalline solids composed of 2-aminopyridines and glutaric acid, Structural Chemistry, vol. 27, p. 1303, doi:10.1007/s11224-016-0781-2.

Petronis, M.S., **Brister, A.R., Rapprich, V., van Wyk de Vries, B., Lindline, J., and Misurec, J., 2015, Emplacement history of the Trosky basanitic volcano (Czech Republic): Paleomagnetic, rock magnetic, petrologic, and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility evidence for lingering growth of a monogenetic volcano: Journal of Geosciences, vol. 60, no. 3, p. 129-147, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3190/jgeosci.196.

**Cedillo, D., Lindline, J., Bosbyshell, H., and **Romero, A., 2015, Syntectonic emplacement of the 1.7 Ga Hermit Peak granite: New Mexico Geological Society, 66th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 40-43.

*Lemen, D., Lindline, J., and Bosbyshell, H., 2015, The Gallinas Canyon Gneiss: a window into the nature and timing of Paleoproterozoic events in northern New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, 66th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 185-192.

Petronis, M.S., **Castillo, G., Lindline, J., Zebrowski, J., McCarthy, W., and *Lemen, D., McIntosh, W.C., 2015, Paleomagnetic, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, and geochronologic data from the Buena Vista intrusion, north-central New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society, 66th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 193-204.

**Ordonez, C., Kinnibrugh, T., Xu, H., Lindline, J., Timofeeva, T., and Wei, Q., 2015, Synthesis of framework isomer MOFs containing zinc and 4-tetrazolyl benzenecarboxylic acid via a structure directing solvothermal technique, Crystals, vol. 5, p. 193-205, doi: 10.3390/cryst5020193.

Wei, Q, **Ordonez, C, Fonari, M.S., Lindline, J., and Timofeeva, T., 2014, How structure-directing cations tune the fluorescence of metal-organic frameworks, Crystal Growth & Design, vol. 14, no. 11, p. 5452-5465.

**Cedillo, D., **Romero, A., and Lindline, J., 2014, Proterozoic geologic map of the El Porvenir quadrangle, New Mexico, 1:24,000 scale, U.S. Geological Survey National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program-Educational Mapping Program.

Martinez, E., Lindline, J., Petronis, M.S., and Pilotti, M., 2012, Effectiveness of a science agricultural summer experience (SASE) in recruiting students to natural resources management: Journal of Science Education and Technology, vol. 21, issue 6, p. 713-721.

Lindline, J., Petronis, M., *Pitrucha, R. and *Sena, S., 2011, The late Oligocene Cieneguilla basanites, Santa Fe County:  Records of early Rio Grande rift magmatism, New Mexico Geological Society, 62nd Fall Field Conference Guidebook, p. 121-135.

Petronis, M. and Lindline, J., 2011, Paleomagnetic and geochemical data from the late Miocene Lobato Formation adjacent to the Santa Clara fault system, Chili quadrangle, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, vol. 33, no. 2, p. 27-39.

Petronis, M.S., O’Driscoll, B, and Lindline, J., 2011, Late-state oxide growth associated with hydrothermal alteration of the Western Granite, Isle of Rum NW Scotland: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol. 12, no. 1, doi:10.1029/2010GC003246.

Crawford, M.L., Klepeis, K.A., and Gehrels, G.E., and Lindline, J., 2009, Mid-Cretaceous-Recent crustal evolution in the central Coast Orogen, British Columbia and southeastern Alaska, in Crustal Cross Sections from the Western North American Cordillera and Elsewhere:  Implications for Tectonic and Petrologic Processes, Geological Society of America Special Paper No. 456, p. 97-124.

Romanov, A.S., Yakovenko, A.A., Antipin, M.Y., Lindline, J., and Timofeeva, T.V., 2007, A monoclinic polymorph of 1-(chloridomercurio) ferrocene: ActaCryst., E63, m1297–m1299.

Crawford, M.L., Crawford, W.A., and Lindline, J., 2006, 105 Million years of igneous activity, Wrangell, Alaska, to Prince Rupert, Canada: Canadian Journal of Earth Science, vol. 42, no. 6, p. 1097-1116.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A. and Crawford, M.L., 2004, A bimodal volcanic-plutonic system:  the Zarembo Island extrusive suite and the Burnett Inlet intrusive complex: Canadian Journal of Earth Science, vol. 41, no. 4, p. 355-375.

Lindline, J., 2000, Mica from northern New Mexico pegmatites: New Mexico Journal of Science, vol. 40, p. 17-19.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., Crawford, M.L., and Omar, G.I., 2000, Post-accretionary magmatism within the Kuiu-Etolin igneous belt, southeastern Alaska:Canadian Mineralogist, vol. 38, part 4, p. 951-974.

ABSTRACTS and PRESENTATIONS *denotes undergraduate student author; ** denotes graduate student author

*Begay, M., *Mailboy, L., Diem, K., Tapia, E., and Lindline, J., 2021, Results from ongoing water quality monitoring (February 2020 to present) of the Upper Pecos River, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 13.

*Martin*, H., *Nwaeze, M., *Ronquille, R., *Wren, O., Lindline, J., Murphy, M.A., Pratt-Sitaula, E., Sisson, V., and others, 2020, Conversion of a field Geodesy module on the Neotectonics of the Northern Rocky Mountains into an online exercise, Oral presentation at the annual Geological Society of America meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 52, no. 6, doi:10.1130/abs/2020AM-357590.

*Mailboy, L., *Begay, M., and Lindline, J., 2019, Preliminary results of water quality monitoring of the Upper Pecos River, Poster presentation at the 65th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, Program With Abstracts, Abstract 22.

**Adio, J., Lindline, J., Martinez, E., and Petronis, M., 2019, Water quality monitoring and assessment of the Rio Mora at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, Mora County, NM, Poster presentation at the 64th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, Pojoaque, NM, Program With Abstracts, Abstract 40.

**Mann, R. and Lindline, J., 2019, Water quantity and quality study of the Lower Santa Fe River, Santa Fe County, NM, Poster presentation at the 64th Annual New Mexico Water Conference, Pojoaque, NM, Program With Abstracts, Abstract 38.

**Adio, J., Lindline, J., Petronis, M., and Martinez, E., 2019, Water quality monitoring and assessment of the Rio Mora at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, Mora County, NM, Oral presentation at the annual Geological Society of America national meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 51, no. 5, doi:10.1130/abs/2019AM-341290.

Lauricella, S., Petronis, M., Rapprich, V., Valenta, J., and Lindline, J., 2019, Paleomagnetic and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility data bearing on the growth of the Krasny Vrch Maar-Diatreme, Czech Republic, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America national meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 51, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2019AM-341097.

Lindline, J., Pratt, R., and Petronis, M., 2019, Mantle source identification for Middle Miocene magmatism on the eastern flank of the Rio Grande Rift, northeastern New Mexico, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America national meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 51, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2019AM-341273.

**Grondin, D.P., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., *Romero, B.P., and *Lauricella, S., 2018, Preliminary paleomagnetic data from the Eastern Mono Basin, California and Nevada, Oral presentation at the annual Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Flagstaff, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 50, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2018RM-313970.

Petronis, M., Lindline, J., van Wyk de Vries, B., Rapprich, V., and Valenta, J., 2018, Dynamic magnetic fabrics associated with changes in the magma cooling directions: A case study of the Tlustec volcano, Czech Republic, Oral presentation at the annual Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Flagstaff, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 50, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2018RM-314066.

**Yon, J., Lindline, J., Petronis, M., and Zebrowski, J.P., and Tashjian, P., 2018, A quantitative analysis of shallow groundwater management on Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Flagstaff, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 50, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2018RM-314118.

**Kone, B., Petronis, M., and Lindline, J., 2018, Emplacement of the Cerros del Rio Intrusion based on anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, paleomagnetic, magnetic survey, petrological, and photogrammetry data, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Flagstaff, AZ, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 50, no. 5, doi: 10.1130/abs/2018RM-314111.

**Yon, J.C., Lindline, J., Tashjian, P., Zebrowski, J., and Petronis, M., 2018, Development of a water budget for wetland units on the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 83.

**Grondin, D.P., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., and *Romero, B.P., 2016, Vertical axis clockwise rotation of fault blocks in the eastern Mono Basin, California and Nevada, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-286303.

**Lages, J., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., van Wyk de Vries, B., *Kone, B., *Falance, J., 2016, Intra-continental rift volcanism: petrologic, paleomagnetic, and rock magnetic data bearing on lava vent plumbing and eruption dynamics at Lemptégy volcano and Cerro Colorado, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-282972.

**Shields, S., Lindline, J., Rapprich, V., and Petronis, M., 2016, New geochemical and petrographic data regarding magma evolution and emplacement processes of the Oligocene Zakupy diatreme (Czech Republic), Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-284960.

**Shields, S., Rapprich, V., Lindline, J., and Petronis, M., 2016, Complex alkaline magma evolution and emplacement history of the Miocene monogenetic Zebin volcano (Czech Republic), Oral presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-284579.

**Shields, S.F., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., Rapprich,V., Valenta, J., *Falance , J., 2016, A Multi-Disciplinary Study Evaluating Magma Emplacement Processes of the Oligocene Zákupy Diatreme (Czech Republic), Poster presentation at the annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

**Shivji, Z.C., Lindline, J., and Petronis, M., 2016, Influence of Laramide deformation on the Proterozoic basement in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-287295.

*Falance, J.J., **Lages, J., Lindline, J., **Grondin, D.P., and Petronis, M., 2016, The Cerro Colorado cinder cone, Cerros del Rio Volcanic Field: a study of melt evolution and plumbing system dynamics, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 48, no. 7, doi: 10.1130/abs/2016AM-287810.

**Lages, J., *Falance, J., **Grondin, D., Lindline, J., and Petronis, M., 2016, The Cerro Colorado cinder cone, Cerros del Rio volcanic field: a study of melt evolution and plumbing system dynamics, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 37.

**Shields, S., Lindline, J., *Lynch, J., and Petronis, M., 2016, Middle Miocene magmatism on the eastern flank of the Rio Grande rift, northeastern New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 60.

Petronis, M.S., Rapprich, V., Valena, J., Lindline, J., **Shields, S.F., and van Wyk de Vries, B., 2017, Magma emplacement and feeder conduit geometries beneath monogentic volcanoes revealed via structural and rock magnetic studies and geophysical imaging, Basalt 2017 Kadaň: Within Plate Alkaline and Carbonatite Magmatism, Abstracts and Excursion Guides, p. 39.

**Shields, S.F., Lindline, J., Rapprich, V., van Wyk de Vries, B., Valenta, J., and Petronis, M.S., 2017, Magma emplacement and new geochemical and petrographic data from the Oligocene Zakupy diatreme, Czech Republic, Basalt 2017 Kadaň: Within Plate Alkaline and Carbonatite Magmatism, Abstracts and Excursion Guides, p. 40.

Lindline, J., Bosbyshell, H., **Romero, A., and **Cedillo, D., 2014, Contrasting structural setting for 1.4 Ga granites in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico:  evidence for partitioned intracratonic deformation, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Baltimore, MD, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 47, no. 7, p.159.

Petronis, M.S., Vladislav, R., Jan, V., Lindline, J., **Brister, A., **Foucher, M., and de Vries, Benjamin van Wyk, 2015, Complexity of feeding systems within monogenetic volcanoes: cases from the Bohemian Paradise, Chaine des Puys, and New Mexico, 13th meeting of the Central European Tectonic Groups, Kadan, Czech Republic.

*Gallegos, A.K. and Lindline, J., 2015, Sediment analysis from Cerro Medio drainage, Jemez Mountains, NM: Assessing causes of color changes in the vertical profile, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 20.

*Mann, R., Lindline, J., Heizler, M., and Heizler, L., 2015, Timing and emplacement setting of the Turkey Mountain laccolith, Mora County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 40.

Lindline, J., Bosbyshell, H., **Romero, A., and **Cedillo, D., 2014, Contrasting structural domains in basement blocks of the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico:  evidence for discrete Paleo- and Mesoproterozoic deformation events, Poster presentation at annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Vancouver, BC, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.338.

**Aragón, A., Petronis, M.S., Zebrowski, J.P., Romero, E., and Lindline, J., 2014, A geographic information system and remote sensing geoheritage investigation of the upper Pecos River valley, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, Bozeman, MT, Abstracts with Program #75.

**Brister, A., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., van wyk de Vries, B., Rapprich, V., and *Cedillo, D., 2013, Paleomagnetic, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, and structural data bearing on magma emplacement and growth of a Miocene cinder cone, Oral presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 16.

**Castillo, G., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., and *Lemen, D. 2014, Paleomagnetic, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, geochronology, and petrography of the Buena Vista dike, North-central New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 18.

**Cedillo, D. and Lindline, J., 2014, The Hermit’s Peak granite:  syntectonic plutonhism at 1.70 Ga in the Las Vegas Range, NM, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 19.

Lindline, J., **Cedillo, D., and **Romero, A., 2014, New U-Pb zircon geochronology data supporting 1.7 Ga crystallization age for the Hermit’s Peak granite, Las Vegas Range, NM, Oral presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 36.

**Garza, D., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., van wyk de Vries, B., and Zebrowski, J.P., 2014, Magma emplacement mechanism of the Puy de Dôme based on anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, paleomagnetic, structural and petrological data, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 28

Petronis, M.S., Rapprich, V., Valenta, J., **Brister, A., Lindline, J., and van Wyk de Vries, B., 2014, Emplacement of Zebin Hill, Jicin Volcanic Field, Bohemian Paradise, CR, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 50.

**Romero, A. and Lindline, J., 2014, Evidence and context for 1.45 Ga magmatism in the Las Vegas Range, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Meeting, Abstract with Program, p. 56.

**Brister, A., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., van wyk de Vries, B., Rapprich, V., and **Cedillo, D., 2013, Paleomagnetic, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, and structural data bearing on magma emplacement and growth of a Miocene cinder cone, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.338.

**Cedillo, D., Lindline, J., and Bosbyshell, H., 2013, Syntectonic emplacement of the 1.7 Ga Hermit’s Peak pluton, southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.461.

Lindline, J., **Cedillo, D., and **Romero, A., 2013, Proterozoic plutonism and regional deformation – new constraints from the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains northern New Mexico, Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.461.

**Romero, A. and Lindline, J., 2013, The 1.45 Ga Evergreen Valley Plutonic Complex:  a case for anorogenic magmatism in northern New Mexico, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.623.

Zebrowski, J. P., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., and **Aragon, A., New Mexico Highlands University geospatial Applications in natural (GAINS) lab, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, vol. 45, no. 7, p.794.

Lindline, J., **Cedillo, D., and **Romero, A., 2013, U-Pb geochronology of Proterozoic granitoids in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Oral presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 32.

Lindline, J., **Cedillo, D.N., and **Romero, A., 2012, U-Pb zircon geochronology of Hermit’s Peak batholith granite, northern New Mexico:  Implications for tectonic quiescence at 1.4 Ga, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Abstract #T23B-2672.

Petronis, M.S., van Wyk de Vries, B., Lindline, J., and Rapprich, V., 2012, Discerning subvolcanic deformation and magma emplacement geometries: the utility of combined paleomagnetic and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility studies, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Abstract #GP21A-1115.

**Foucher, M.S., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., and van Wyk de Vries, B , 2012, Paleomagnetic, anisotrophy of magnetic susceptibility, and 40Ar/39Ar data from the Cienega volcano, Cerros del Rio volcanic field, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Abstract # GP21A-1116.

**Brister, A.R., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J., van Wyk de Vries, B., and Rapprich, V., 2012, Paleomagnetic, anisortopy of magnetic susceptibility, and structural data bearing on magma emplacement and the growth of the Miocene Hrad Trosky a monogenic strombolian cinder cone, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Abstract #GP21A-1117.

**Trujillo, R.V., Petronis, M.S., and Lindline, J., 2012, Tectonic evolution of the western margin of the Española Basin, Rio Grande Rift, NM: Rock magnetic, paleomagnetic, and petrologic data, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Abstract #GP21A-1127.

**Brister, A., *Cedillo, D. N., Petronis, M., Lindline, J., and Martinez, E.A., 2012, Preliminary results from Late Pleistocene to Holocene paleoclimate study of the lake sediment cores, northern New Mexico, Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America – Rocky Mountain Section Meeting Abstracts with Programs, vol. 44, no. 6, p. 69.

Lindline, J., Petronis, M., and Martinez, E., 2012, Geospatial applications in natural sciences (GAINS):  Integration of GIS into the undergraduate natural resources management curricula at New Mexico Highlands University, Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America – Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Abstracts with Program, vol. 44, no. 6, p. 10.

**Trujillo, R., Petronis, M.S., and Lindline, J., 2012, Tectonic evolution of the western margin of the Espanola basin, Rio Grande rift, NM:  rock, magnetic, paleomagnetic, and petrologic data, Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America – Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Abstracts with Program, vol. 44, no. 6, p. 16.

**Foucher, M.S., Petronis, M.S., and Lindline, J., van Wyk de Vries, 2012, Understanding the complexity of cinder cone volcanoes using paleomagnetic, rock magnetic, and structural analysis:  a case study from the Cienega Volcano, Cerros del Rio volcanic field, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America – Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Abstracts with Program, vol. 44, no. 6, p. 16.

**Foucher, M., *Romero, A., and Lindline, J., 2012, Eruption characteristics of the Cienega Cinder Cone, Cerros del Rio volcanic field, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 12.

*Cedillo, D.N., *Brister, A., *LoPresti, C.A., *Maldonado, M., *Pitrucha, R.M., *West, C., Martinez, E., Lindline, J., and Petronis, M.S., 2011, Preliminary results from a Late Pleistocene to Holocene paleoclimate study of the lake sediment cores, northern New Mexico, Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, Abstract #GP51B-1170.

**Trujillo, R., Petronis, M.S., and Lindline, J., 2011, Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, rock magnetic, and paleomagnetic data from mafic dikes in the Espanola Basin, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 47.

**Trujillo, R., Petronis, M.S., and Lindline, J., 2011, Preliminary anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) and paleomagnetic data from mafic dikes in the Chili Quadrangle, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 68.

Lindline, J., **Geil, S., *Lara, H., and Petronis, M.S., 2011, Mineralogic study of mortar from Fort Union ruins, Mora County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 39.

Lindline, J., Petronis, M.S., and *Pitrucha, R., 2011, Petrologic study of the Cieneguilla basanites, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 40.

Lindline, J., Martinez, E. Meyer, M., and Petronis, M., 2010, Effectiveness of a Science Agricultural Summer Experience in Attracting Rural New Mexican Students to Natural Resources Management Tracks, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, Happy Valley, PA.

*Pitrucha, R. and Lindline, J., 2010, Petrologic characteristics of granitic phases within the Hermit’s Peak Batholith, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring meeting, Socorro, NM, Abstracts with Program, p. 37.

Lindline, J. and **Trevizo, R., 2008, Preliminary petrologic analysis of Proterozoic Hermit’s Peak Batholith orthogneisses, North-Central New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

Lindline, J., Martinez, E., Meyer, M. and Petronis, M., 2009, Effectiveness of a science agricultural summer experience in attracting rural New Mexican students to the geosciences, Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Portland, OR, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program vol. 41, no. 7, p. 91.

Petronis, M. and Lindline, J., 2009, Paleomagnetic data bearing on drag folding along the Santa Clara Fault System, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America meeting, Portland, OR, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program vol. 41, no. 7, p. 459.

*Garcia, L., Petronis, M.S., Lindline, J. and Geissman, J.W., 2008, AMS data bearing on the deformational history of the Proterozoic basement in the Las Vegas Area, Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

Lindline, J. and *Trujillo, Rhonda, 2008, Comparison of volcanic-magmatic rocks of the Ocate and Raton-Clayton fields, Northeastern New Mexico, USA, Poster presentation at the annual Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group Meeting, Dublin, Ireland.

Lindline, J. and *Trujillo, Rhonda, 2007, The petrogenesis of Turkey Mountain dikes, Mora County, New Mexico, and their relationship to regional magmatism, Poster presentation at the annual Geological Society of America meeting, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 39, no. 6, p. 388-389.

*Trujillo, R., *Parson, C., and Lindline, J., 2007, The petrology of mafic dikes in the Turkey Mountains, Mora County, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society annual Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

Lindline, J. and *Ward, R., 2007, The geologic history of Pecos National Historical Monument, Poster presentation at the annual Pecos Conference, Pecos, NM.

*Johns-Kaysing, J., and Lindline, J., 2006, Water quality assessment in the Gallinas Watershed, Las Vegas, New Mexico (Winter 04 Results), Poster presentation at the Annual Geological Society of America Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol., 38, no. 07, p. 545.

Lindline, J. and Crawford, W.A., 105 million years of igneous activity, Wrangell, AK to Prince Rupert, BC, Oral presentation at the Annual Geological Society of America Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol., 38, no. 07, p. 269.

*Johns-Kaysing, J., Lindline, J., Meyer, M.L., and *Tar, S., Assessment of arsenic and other ground water impairments in the Gallinas Watershed, Las Vegas, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the Annual New Mexico Water Research Symposium, Socorro, NM, New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Abstracts with Programs.

Lindline, J. and Crawford, M.L., 2005, Resolving mechanisms of Mid-Cretaceous orogeny around Central Admiralty-Revillagigedo Belt granitoids, Wrangell, Alaska, Poster presentation at the Annual Geological Society of America meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 37, no. 07, p. 81.

*Duran, V., **Tabe-Ebob, C., *Johns-Kaysing, J., *Running Eagle, M., and Lindline, J., 2005, Sourcing arsenic in the Gallinas Watershed, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

*Evans, T. and Lindline, J., 2004, Petrologic comparison of Precambrian rocks in the Las Vegas and Santa Fe areas, southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the Annual Geological Society of America meeting, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 36, no. 5, p. 508.

*Evans, T. and Lindline, J., 2004, Water quality assessment in the Gallinas Watershed, Poster presentation at the 2004 New Mexico Water Resources Research Symposium, Socorro, NM.

**Tabe-Ebob, C., Meyer, M.L., and Lindline, J., 2004, Arsenic concentrations and sources in the Gallinas Watershed, Poster presentation at the 2004 New Mexico Water Resources Research Symposium, Socorro, NM.

Evans, T., *Williams, D., and Lindline, J., 2004, Water quality assessment along Gallinas Creek Surface Water and Ground Water Pathways, Las Vegas, New Mexico, Oral presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

*Evans, T. and Lindline, J., 2003, Influence of infiltration and evaporation on the hydrologic budget at the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

**Hardesty, T., Mishler, R., and Lindline, J., 2003, Comparison of temper material in Santa Fe Black-on-white and corrugated pottery sherds with local geology formations at Tecolote Pueblo (LA 296), Poster presentation at the New Mexico Geological Society Spring Conference, Socorro, NM.

E. Ryan, G. Southam, W. Ryan, J. Lindline, *R. Juarez, *L. Stewart, *J., 2002, Woodlee, Astrobiology: Bacterial survivability in collisional events, Poster presentation at the 18th Annual New Mexico Symposium, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Socorro, NM.

Crawford, M.L., Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., Sinha, A.K., 2002, Syntectonic tonalite magma emplacement during crustal thickening – the Bell Island Pluton, SE Alaska, Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 34, no. 6, A14-18.

**Vigil-Holterman, L. R. and Lindline, J., 2002, The hydrological evaluation of landfill performance (HELP) model assessment of the geology at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Technical Area 54, Material Disposal Area J, Poster presentation at the New Mexico Water Resources Research Symposium, Socorro, NM.

*Krembs, F.J., Lindline, J., Bosbyshell, H., and Crawford, M.L., 2002, Textural and compositional distinctions between mid-Cretaceous tonalites of the southeastern Petersburg quadrangle, Alaska, Poster presentation at the Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Amherst, MA, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 34, no. 2.

Ryan, E.V., Southam, G., Lindline, J., Ryan, W.H., and *Juarez, R., 2002, Microbe survivability on impact, Poster presentation at the Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA’s Ames Research Center, CA.,

Lindline, J. 2001, Improving pre-service teacher preparation by using computers and information technology in introductory geology classes,Poster presentation at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 33, no. 6, p. A125.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., and Crawford, M.L., 2000, A bimodal volcanic-plutonic system:  the Zarembo Island extrusive suite and the Deer-Etolin Island intrusive complex, Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Reno, NV, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 32, no.7, A147.

Lindline, J., Mora-Klepeis, G., Crawford, M.L., and Crawford, W.A., 2000, Magmatic record of Eocene shift from convergence to translation in the central Coast Mountains, BC and SE AK, Oral presentation at the Cordilleran Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Vancouver, BC, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 32, no. 6, A24.

Lindline, J.,Crawford, W.A., Crawford, M.L., 1999, Petrogenesis of mafic magmatic enclaves in Tertiary granitoids, SE Alaska:  Crystal fractionation, magma mixing and equilibration processes, Oral presentation at the Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Providence, RI, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 31, no. 2, A30.

Lindline, J.,Crawford, W.A., Crawford, M.L., and Gehrels, G.E., 1998,Petrology, geochemistry and geochronology of Admiralty-Revillagigedo belt granitoids near Wrangell, Alaska, Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Toronto, ONT, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 30, no. 7, A378.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., and Crawford, M.L., 1998, Petrogenesis of mafic magmatic enclaves in Tertiary granitoids, SE Alaska, Poster presentation at the Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Portland, ME, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 30, no. 1, A57.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., and Crawford, M.L., 1995, Post-accretionary magmatism in central southeastern Alaska, Poster presentation at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Geological and Mineralogical Associations of Canada, Victoria, BC, Geological Association of Canada and Mineralogical Association of Canada, Program and Abstracts, A60.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., and Crawford, M.L., 1993, Chemical mixing of granite and gabbro on Deer-Etolin Islands, southeastern Alaska,   Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Geological and Mineralogical Associations of Canada, Edmonton, ALB, Geological Association of Canada and Mineralogical Association of Canada, Program and Abstracts, A60.

Lindline, J., Crawford, W.A., and Crawford, M.L., 1993, Magma mixing on Deer, Niblack and Etolin Islands, southeastern Alaska, Oral presentation at the Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Burlington, VT, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 25, no. 2, A34.

Lindline, J., 1991, An analysis of fabrics along Pennypack Creek, Huntingdon Valley, PA:  The northern boundary of the Huntingdon Valley shear zone, Oral presentation at the Sixth Annual Piedmont Workshop, Philadelphia, PA.

ACADEMIC AWARDS, AND HONORS

HU President’s Leadership Fellow.

2016-17

New Mexico Highlands University 2016 Homecoming Honoree, Spirit Award.

2016

Outstanding Performance Award, 17th Annual Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony

2016

Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)-Carnegie Foundation Professor of the Year nominee.

2014

New Mexico Highlands University 2012-2013 Professor of the Year.

       2013

New Mexico Highlands University Sabbatical Leave Award, U-Pb geochronology of northern New Mexico Proterozoic

   granites.

Fall 2012

Geological Society of America-Exxon/Mobil Bighorn Basin Field Program Faculty Fellow

2010

U.S. Forest Service Leadership Award.

2007

Inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

2007

Project Kaleidoscope Faculty for the 21st Century inductee.

2007

Frank Angel Fellow, Ben Lujan Leadership and Public Policy Institute.  Served on panel addressing New Mexico

   minority public school student achievement gaps.

2005

NIH Research Infrastructure for Minority Institutions Fellow, 25% Teaching Release Time, Surveying ground   

   water arsenic contamination in the Gallinas Watershed, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

2004

New Mexico Highlands University Presidential Spirit Award.

2003

Patricia Roberts Harris Fellowship,U.S. Department of Education.

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ACADEMIC SERVICE

  Environmental Geology Program Coordinator, Major Advisor, and Outcomes Assessment Coordinator

2001-present

  Chair, Natural Resources Management Department

2014-2017; 2020 to present

  Juniper Hill Center; Board of Directors

2017-present

  Faculty Senator

2016-present

  Faculty Senate Executive Team; Secretary

2017-2019

  NMHU Faculty Association Executive Team; Treasurer

2017-present

  New Mexico Geology, Editorial Board

2015-present

  GirlsCan Faculty Partner

2013-present

  Co-Curricular Outcomes Assessment Committee Member

2016-2017

  Outcomes Assessment Committee Chair

2015-2017

  Outcomes Assessment Committee Member

2012-2017

  Achieving in Research, Math, and Science Scholarship and Internship Review Committee

2009-2017

  Yellowstone-Bighorn Research Association Councilor

2006-present

  Dossier Review Committee Member

2009-2014

  Student Affairs Committee Member

2009-2013

  University Studies Program Coordinator

2007-2013

  Assistant Professor of Forestry Search Committee Member

2011

  Library Committee Member

2009-2011

  Academic Enrichment Committee Member

2009-2010

  Associate Member Sigma Xi

        Student Grants-in-Aid of Research Review Committee

        Vice President of NMHU Chapter

1998-present

2010-2013

2002-03

  Interim Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

2007-08

  Forest Fire Seminar Series Coordinator

2007-08

  Chair, Search & Screen Committee for Environmental Geologist

2005, 06

  Chair, Search & Screen Committee for Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

2005

  Southwest Institute for Research on Women Coordinator

2002-05

  New Mexico Geological Society Executive Committee Member

2003-07

  NMHU Student Publications Advisory Board Member

2001-23

  Chair, Search & Screen Committee for Environmental Geologist

2002

  Academic Affairs Committee Member; Undergraduate Subcommittee Member

2000-02

  Faculty Participant and Workshop Leader in Crossings (student orientation weekend)

2000, 01

  Scholarship Committee – NMHU Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation

2001

  Organizing Committee Member for the Student Research Symposium, Sigma Xi National Meeting

2000

  Program Planning Committee Member and Science Panel Chair, New Mexico Women’s Studies Conference

2000

  Member, Search & Screen Committee for Physical Chemist Professorship

2000, 01

  Member, Search & Screen Committee for Chemistry Laboratory Manager

2000

  Activities Committee Member for the 44th Annual Northeastern NM Regional Science & Engineering Fair

2000

RESEARCH FUNDING

NSF Alliance for Minority Participation, $1200, Soil Studies at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Christopher Ulibarri.

2020

Rio Mora Graduate Scholars Program, $2250, Geologic Mapping of the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge. Faculty sponsor of student

   researcher Billy Romero.

2020

USDA HSIs Education Grants Program, $275,000, Promoting student perception of, preparedness for, and placement in water

  resources science careers (Project Director).

2020-2024

NSF Alliance for Minority Participation, $2400, Water quality monitoring of the Upper Pecos River. Faculty sponsor of undergraduate student researchers Megan Begay and Letisha Mailboy.

2020

NSF Alliance for Minority Participation, $1450, Soil Mapping at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Eric Martinez.

2019-2020

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Grant, $6500, Water Quality and Assessment of the Rio Mora at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, Mora county, NM.  (Faculty sponsor of student researcher Johnson Adio.)

2019-2020

NSF Division of Undergraduate Education; S-STEM Scholarship Science Technology Engineering and Math, $662,018 Inclusion

  of Data Science and Research in a STEM Scholarship Program, (co-PI).

2018-2022

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Grant, $6000, Further investigation of the complex hydrology at La Cienega, Santa

   Fe, County, NM.  (Faculty sponsor of student researcher Ryan Mann.)

2018-2019

NSF Alliance for Minority Participation, $1450, Soil textural analysis of wetland units at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife

   Refuge. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Eric Martinez.

2018-2019

NSF Office of International Science and Engineering Program International Research Experiences for Students Program,

   Award # 1658085, $250,000, From the Roots to the Roof – Anatomy of the Volcanic-Magmatic-Plutonic System, (co-PI)

2017-2020

New Mexico Geological Society Grant-In-Aid of Research, $2000, Geodynamic setting of Middle Miocene magmatism on the

  eastern flanks of the Rio Grande rift, northern New Mexico. Faculty sponsor of graduate student Richard Pratt.

2017-2018

USDA HSIs Education Grants Program, $350,000, Southwest natural resources career tracks program (NMHU Project Director

   and Program Coordinator).

2016-2020

NSF EAR Instrumentation and Facilities Program, $43,642, Acquisition of a Nikon LV100 polarizing microscope for research and

  student training (co-PI).

2016-2018

NSF Division of Materials Research Program, $3,398,000, Partnership between NMHU and OSU in electronic, optical, and magnetic

  materials (co-PI).

2015-2020

New Mexico Geological Society, $2,000, Understanding eruption dynamics of a cinder cone volcano; a case study of the 2.5 m.y.

  Cerro Colorado. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Jeffry Falance.

2016-2017

NSF Lois Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Grant, $1450, Reconstructing eruption activity in the Cerros del Rio volcanic

  field; a case study of the 2.5 m.y. Cerro Colorado. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Jeffry Falance.

2015-2016

NSF Catalyzing New International Collaboration Program, $27,000, US-Czech project development for research on the anatomy

  of volcanic-magmatic systems (co-PI).

2014-2016

National Geographic Society, $20,300, Peering into volcanic windows: Testing the controls of magma movement and emplacement

  beneath scoria cones (co-PI).

2014-2016

NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, $50,156, Acquisition of an automatic sediment core analysis system to enhance the

  paleomagnetic and rock magnetic laboratory at New Mexico Highlands University (co-PI).

2013-2015

USGS EDMAP Program, $35,289, Geologic map of the Proterozoic Hermit Peak Granite, El Porvenir Quadrangle, NM (PI).

2013-2014

NSF-New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation Undergraduate Research Assistantship ($4,350), Characterizing sediment

   lobes in the Jemez Mountains: Interpreting mode of transport and environment of deposition (3 semesters).

2013-2014

USDA HSI Education Grants Program, $294,000, Geospatial Applications in Natural Science (GAINS):  Integration of GIS into the

  undergraduate Natural Resources Management curricula at New Mexico Highlands (PI).

2012-2015

NSF-DUE Grants Program, $414,000, Achieving in Research, Math, And Science (ARMAS) Scholarship Program (co-PI).

2012-2017

NSF Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Grant, $7,520, Petrologic study of the Cienega Cinder Cone, NM   

   – Getting to the heart of eruptive processes. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Andrew Romero.

2011

NSF EPSCoR Infrastructure Seed Grant Program, $50,000, Late Pleistocene to Holocene paleoclimate of the Las Vegas National

  Wildlife Refuge and adjacent Great Plains, northern New Mexico:  A multidisciplinary science educational endeavor(co-PI).

2011

NSF Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Grant, $2,756, La Cienega basanites: monitors of early Rio

  Grande rift processes. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Rachell Pitrucha.

2011

National Geographic Society, $25,000, Unearthed volcanic roots – getting to the heart of eruptive processes (co-PI).

2010-2012

NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, $43,401, Acquisition of a thermal demagnetizer and other minor equipment to

  enhance the Paleomagnetic-Rock Magnetic Laboratory at New Mexico Highlands University (co-PI).

2010-2012

NSF Division of Materials Research Program, $2,700,000, Light-matter interaction: theory and applications (LMITA) (co-PI).

2009-2014

USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service Program, $300,000, Focusing recruitment, retention and

  research experiences (FRRRE) of underrepresented minorities in natural resource management (co-PI).

2009-2012

NSF Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Grant, $5,512, Evaluating the environmental and climatic record

   in subalpine lake cores (Phase 1 and 2). Faculty sponsor of student researcher Gabriel Jaramillo.

2008-2009

NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, $199, 019, Acquisition of equipment to establish a Paleomagnetic-Rock Magnetic

  Laboratory at New Mexico Highlands University (co-PI).

2008

NSF Planning Grant, $20,000, U.S.-Ireland planning visit: Collaborative geophysics and petrologic research on shallow level

   magmatic processes (co-PI).

2007

NSF Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Grant, $2,756, The petrogenesis of mafic dikes in the Turkey

   Mountains, Mora County, New Mexico. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Calvin Parsons.

2007

NSF Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Grant, $5,512, Geologic history of the Turkey Mountains, Mora

  County, New Mexico (Phase 1 and 2). Faculty sponsor of student researcher Rhonda Trujillo.

2006-2007

New Mexico Geological Society Grant-In-Aid of Research, $2000, The petrology and Proterozoic History of the Hermit’s Peak

  Batholith, North-Central New Mexico. Faculty sponsor of graduate student Roberto Trevizo.

2006-2007

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Grant, $5000, Surveying health risks associated with arsenic  in the Gallinas

  Watershed. Faculty sponsor of student researcher Justin Johns-Kaysing.

2005-2006

NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, $544,442, Acquisition of new single crystal x-ray diffraction system for teaching-

  research laboratory (co-PI)

2004-2007

New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute Grant, $5000, Water quality assessment along surface and ground water 

   pathways in the Storrie Lake Project, New Mexico.  (Faculty sponsor of student researcher Thomas Evans.)

2003-2004

NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant, $92,000, Acquisition of powder x-ray diffraction and spectroscopy instrumentation

  for mineral and soil research at New Mexico Highlands University (PI).

2002-04

NASA Grant, $150,000, Studies of impact of forest fires in New Mexico (Co-PI).

2002-03

Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation Grant (CETP), $5600 award.

2000, 01

John T. Dillon Alaska Research Award, $1500 award, Geological Society of America.

1995

Sigma Xi Grant-In-Aid of Research, $1500 awards, Sigma Xi Scientific Honor Society.

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FIELD EXPERIENCE

Leader of water quality monitoring effort, Upper Pecos Watershed with NMHU student team (2020).

Co-leader petrologic-geophysics study of magma emplacement mechanisms, Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic (2016).

Lead convener of New Mexico Geological Society 2015 Fall Field Conference, Geology of the Las Vegas Region.

EDMAP mentor, Geologic mapping of the Proterozoic Hermit’s Peak granite, El Porvenir quadrangle, Mora County, NM.

Co-leader of field trip, Cerrillos Hills and Cerros del Rio volcanic field, 9th Santa Fe Conference on Rock Magnetism (2012).

Co-leader petrologic-geophysics study of magma emplacement mechanisms, Chaîne des Puys, France (2012-present).

Co-leader petrologic-geophysics study of Cenozoic volcanism, Rio Grande rift, New Mexico (2009-present).

Conducted structural-petrological study of high-grade gneissic terranes, southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains (2007-present).

Conducted rock, soil, and water sampling throughout Gallinas Watershed (2003-2007).

Conducted soil sampling and terrain analysis throughout Viveash Fire burn, Santa Fe National Forest (2002, 2003).

Planned and implemented six field seasons of detailed mapping and geological sampling of southeastern Alaska coastline via outboard-equipped inflatable boat (1992, 1994, 1998 through 2001).

Participated in helicopter-assisted field mapping in British Columbia, Canada (four weeks; 1995).

Co-leader of field trip, The Northern Boundary of the Huntingdon Valley Shear Zone, Pennypack Creek, Seventh Annual Piedmont Workshop (1992).

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

   Upper Pecos Watershed Association, Board Member

   Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance

   Geological Society of America

   National Association of Geoscience Teachers

   New Mexico Geological Society

   Association for Women Geoscientists

   New Mexico Academy of Science

SUPERVISION OF THESES

West, Clint, M.S. Natural Sciences-Environmental Science and Management, New Mexico Highlands University           in progress

Title: The occurrence and impacts of plastics in the Gallinas Watershed, Las Vegas, New Mexico

Yon, Jeffrey, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University   in progress

Title: Quantifying wetland recharge to the shallow and regional groundwater systems, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

Gallegos, A., Natural Sciences-Environmental Science and Management, New Mexico Highlands University                   2020 Title: Analysis of the extent and effect of induced seismicity in New Mexico

Adio, Johnson, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University                   2020

Title: Water quality monitoring and assessment of the Rio Mora at the Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge

Ryan Mann, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University               2020

Title: Water quality assessment of the Santa Fe River from headwaters to downstream of City of Santa Fe

Pratt, Richard, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University             2020

Title: Middle Miocene magmatism on the eastern flank of the Rio Grande Rift

Zakiya Shivji, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University             2017

Title: Laramide Deformation Accommodation Mechanisms in Basement Rocks

Matthew Lane, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University                     2015

Title:  Environmental impact of a proposed hard rock mine, Ortiz Mountains, New Mexico

Andrew Romero, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University             2015

Title:  The 1.4 Ga Evergreen Valley Granite-Gabbro Complex – implications for tectonic-magmatic setting in the Middle Proterozoic

Danielle Cedillo, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University             2015

Title:  The enigmatic circa 1.4 Ga Hermit’s Peak granite – an orogenic or anorogenic pluton?

Scott Valdez, M.S. Natural Sciences-Geology, New Mexico Highlands University             2011

Title:  Investigation of powder X-ray diffraction as a screening tool for improved debris characterization.

Therese Hardesty, M.A. Anthropology,New Mexico Highlands University                   2004

Title:  A comparison of temper material in Santa Fe Black-on-white and corrugated pottery sherds with local geology formations at 

Tecolote Pueblo (LA 296).

Luciana Vigil-Holterman, M.S. Life Sciences,New Mexico Highlands University       2002

Title:  HELP model assessment of the Bandelier Tuff at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Technical Area 54, Area J.

Alberta Maez, M.S. Life Sciences,New Mexico Highlands University               2001

Title:  The characterization of canopy coverage within southwestern willow flycatcher habitat, central Rio Grande.

Fritz Krembs, B.S. Geology, Haverford College       2001

Title:  Textural and compositional distinctions between Cretaceous tonalities, southeastern Alaska.

Lindsay Groom, M.S. Geology,Bryn Mawr College           1999

Title:  Petrology and geochemistry of the Halibut Bay and Hidden Inlet plutons, SE Alaska and British Columbia.

LABORATORY EXPERIENCE

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY

Analyzed water samples using ion chromatography.

Analyzed total water hardness, calcium hardness, and magnesium hardness using EDTZA titrimetric methods.

Measured water quality via in-the-field multiparameter sonde (calibration, data capture, data download).

Analyzed mineral compositions using powder x-ray diffractometry.

Utilized petrographic and reflected light microscopes for thin section analysis.

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, Tucson, AZ

Analyzed igneous zircon crystals for U-Pb isotope compositions via ICP-MS.

NEW MEXICO TECH UNIVERSITY, Socorro, New Mexico

Analyzed mineral compositions using electron microprobe.

UNIVERSITY of NEW MEXICO, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Analyzed mineral compositions using electron microprobe.

NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Prepared and processed plutonic rock samples for major, trace, and rare earth element analysis by XRF (X-ray Fluorescence).

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

Prepared and analyzed rock samples for major element concentrations by DCP-AES (direct current plasma atomic emissions spectrometry).

Utilized petrographic, cathode luminescence and reflected light microscopes for thin section analysis.

Prepared powders and analyzed samples using x-ray diffractometer.

UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  

Separated apatite and zircon grains using heavy liquid and magnetic separation techniques.

Analyzed mineral mounts for fission-track age information and length distributions.

VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION and STATE UNIVERSITY, Blacksburg, Virginia

Prepared and analyzed plutonic rock samples for whole rock Rb-Sr isotopic data using multicollector VG-Sector 54 mass spectrometer.

Analyzed mineral compositions using electron microprobe.

Examined rock textures and mineral compositions via the scanning electron microscope.

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Analyzed mineral compositions and petrographic images using electron microprobe.

UNION COLLEGE, Schenectady, New York

Prepared and processed rock samples for trace and rare earth element analysis by ICP-MS (induction coupled plasma mass spectrometry).

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Conferences

New Mexico Water Resources Research Annual Meeting, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2019, 2020.

New Mexico Water Data Users Group Meeting, 2019.

Espanola Basin Technical Advisory Group Annual Workshop, 2017.

USDA Principal Investigators Annual Meeting, 2012 and 2017.

Spring Meeting of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2003 through 2020.

Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, 1993, 1998, 1999-2019.

American Geophysics Union annual meeting, 2012.

Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group Meeting, 2008.

The Pecos Conference (annual conference of archaeologists in the southwest), 2007.

Rocky Mountain Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, 2001, 2012.

New Mexico Volcanoes and Volcanology Symposium, sponsored by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History, 2001.

Cordilleran Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, 2000.

Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America, 1990-1999.

Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of Canada – Mineralogical Association of Canada, 1993 and 1995.

Workshops and Lectures

Becoming a Skillful Teacher, given by Stephen D. Brookfield, Ph.D., John Ireland Endowed Chair, University of St. Thomas, MN, 2018.

Workforce Diversity and Career Opportunities within the USDA, provided by the USDA HIS’s Education Grants Program, 2017.

Emerging Leaders in Assessment Workshop, sponsored by the Higher Learning Commission, February 13-14, 2017.

Using Google Earth to Teach Interpretation of Geologic Processes, provided by the Geological Society of America, October, 2014.

Digital Mapping and Data Collection for Field Environments, provided by the Geological Society of America, October, 2014.

Teaching with Learning in Mind:  Improving Student Learning and Engagement through Brain-Based Teaching, provided by Escala Educational Services, LLC, July 2014.

Working with Difficult Students, given by Fidel Trujillo, August 2013.

STEM Strategic Planning, New Mexico Highlands University, April 2013.

On Course I Workshop, presented by Eileen Zamora, Certified On-Course Facilitator, January 2013.

Cultural Integrity, given by Sweeney Windchief, Assistant Dean for Diversity, University of Utah, August 2010.

Teaching in the Sciences, given by Jeff Saul, Department of Astronomy and Physics, University of New Mexico, August 2010.

Empowering Students to Get On-Course, presented by Eileen Zamora, Certified On-Course Facilitator, July 2013.

Writing Successful Grant Proposals audioconference presented by the Principal Investigators Association, January 2010.

ARMAS in Education Improving Outcomes Assessment Workshop, November 2009.

Promoting Student Success in the First Year, given by Dr. Vincent Tinto, Syracuse University Higher Education Program, August 2009.

Establishing a Center for Teaching Excellence, given by Dr. Tara Gray, August 2008.

Publish and Flourish, given by Dr. Tara Gray, August 2008.

The Faculty’s Role in Creating an Enabling Learning Climate, given by Dr. Howard G. Adams, August 2007.

Working with Students with Disabilities, given by Mr. David Esquibel, August 2007.

Outcomes Assessment and Use of Banner to Enhance Assessment, given by Jean Hill, August 2007.

Mediation and Conflict Resolution, given by Dr. Linda LaGrange, August 2005.

Technology for Teaching, given by Ms. Leah Wolff, August 2005.

Understanding the “New Generation” of Students, given by Dr. David West, August 2005.

Research Ethics & Integrity 2004 Spring Seminar, facilitated by Steve Fox, NMHU.

Riding the Waves of Change: Cultural Diversity given by Kay Peck, August 2004.

Policies & Procedures; Faculty Search Process given by Mr. Andy Vasquez, August 2004.

Disabled Students:  What Faculty Need to Know given by Daniel Thomas, August 2004.

Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning given by Mr. John Coca, August 2004.

Faculty Early Career Development Program Workshop, offered by the NSF-funded Quality Education for Minorities Network, 2003.

Instructional Television / Web Course Tools Training, New Mexico Highlands University, 2002.

Writing Winning Grants Workshop, offered by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 2002.

Arc View 8.1 Workshop, sponsored by Environmental Systems Research Institute, SF Community College, 2002.

Faculty Workshop on Computer Science, Math and Science Instructional Reform, sponsored by NMHU Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, 2001.

Hands-On Geographic Information Systems Workshop – Beginner to Intermediate ArcView GIS Using Voyager, in conjunction with the Annual Geological Society of America Conference, 2000.

Hands-On Geographic Information Systems Workshop – Intermediate to Advanced ArcView GIS Using Spatial 3-D, and Image Extensions, in conjunction with the Annual Geological Society of America Conference, 2000.

Evaluating and Developing Teaching Performance, Faculty Development Workshop held at NMHU, Fall, 2000.

Building the Quantitative Skills of Non-Majors and Majors in Earth and Planetary Science Courses, A Project Kaleidoscope Workshop hosted by the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, January, 1999.

Directing Undergraduate Research – Strategies for Success, Sponsored by Council on Undergraduate Research, Keck Geology Consortium and National Association of Geoscience Teachers, 1998 Annual GSA Meeting.

Learning Styles, Fall, 1998, Program on Pedagogy and Professional Development, Bryn Mawr College.Grading and Evaluation,Fall, 1998, Program on Pedagogy and Professional Development, Bryn Mawr College.

Learning Disabilities,Spring, 1997, Program on Pedagogy and Professional Development, Bryn Mawr College.

Academic Issues, Structures, and Support for Undergraduates, 1996, Program on Pedagogy & Professional Development, Bryn Mawr College.

Field Trips

Geology of Las Cruces Country III, 69th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2018.

Geology of the Ouray-Silverton Area, 68th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2017.

Alpine Hydrology of the Santa Fe Ski Basin, Field Trip in conjunction with the 15th Annual Espanola Basin Technical Advisory Group Workshop, 2017.

Annual Regional Al2SiO5 triple-point metamorphic rocks of northern New Mexico: A field trip to honor the career contributions of Lincoln Hollister to petrology and tectonics, Geological Society of America Scientific Field Trip #402, 2016.

The Tectono-Thermal Evolution of the Central Appalachian Orogen: Accretion of a Peri-Gondwanan Ordivician Arc, Geological Society of America Scientific Field Trip #415, 2015.

Geology of the Las Vegas Region, 66th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2015.

Geology of the Sacramento Mountains Region, 65th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2014.

Geology of Route 66 Region, 64th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2013.

Geology of the Warm Springs Region, 63rd Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2012.

Geology of the Tusas Mountains, 62nd Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2011.

Eastern Española Basin Field Trip, 10th Annual Española Basin Workshop, 2011.

Geology of Four Corners Region, 61st Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2010.

Geology of Chupadera Mesa, 60th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2009.

Geology of the Silver City Region, 59th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2008.

Geology of the Jemez Mountains, 58th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2007.

Caves & Karst:  Geology of Southeastern New Mexico, 57th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2006.

Geology of the Chama Basin, 56th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2005.

Strike-slip tectonics and thermochronology of northern New Mexico: A field guide to critical exposures in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, led by Eric Erslev and Matthew Heizler in conjunction with 2004 annual GSA meeting.

Geology of the Taos Region, 55th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2004.

Geology of the Zuni Plateau, 54th Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2003.

Geology of White Sands, 53rd Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2002.

Geology of the Llano Estacado, 52nd Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2001.

Southwest Passage,51st Annual Field Conference of the New Mexico Geological Society, 2000.

Transect Across the Connecticut Valley Sequence in East Central Vermont, led by T.R. Armstrong, G.J. Walsh, and F.S. Spear, in conjunction with the 1997 New England Intercollegiate Geologic Conference.

Plutonic and Hypabyssal Intrusions of the Early Cretaceous Cuttingsville Complex, Vermont, led by G.N. Eby and J. G. McHone, in conjunction with the 1997 New England Intercollegiate Geologic Conference.

The Geology of Southern Vancouver Island, led by C.J. Yorath, in conjunction with the 1995 GAC/MAC meeting.

The Geology of the Darby Creek Gneiss, led by B.M. Cheyney in conjunction with Ninth Annual Piedmont Workshop, 1994.

Layered Gabbro-Diorite Intrusions of Coastal Maine:  Basaltic Infusions into Floored Silicic Magma Chambers, hosted by R.A. Wiebe and M. Chapman, in conjunction with the 1993 annual GSA meeting.

Western plains and Rocky Mountains of Alberta, led by R.D. Morton, in conjunction with the 1993 GAC/MAC meeting.

Early Deformation and Metamorphism, Southern York County, Pennsylvania, led by David Valentino in conjunction with the 8th Annual Piedmont Workshop, 1993.

Geological Relationships of the Anorthosite-Mangerite-Charnockite-Granite (AMCG) Suite and Related Ore Deposits, led by J. McClelland, hosted by the New York State Geological Association and Colgate University, 1992.

Field Trip to Pennypack Creek: The Northern Boundary of the Huntingdon Valley Shear Zone, led by Jennifer Lindline and Mary Lou Hill, in conjunction with the 7th Annual Piedmont Workshop, 1992.

Geology of the Honeybrook Upland, led by William Crawford in conjunction with the 6th Annual Piedmont Workshop, 1991.